Second Annual Conference on Child Protection and Well-Being

About 260 child advocates from around Pennsylvania gathered at The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel on the University Park campus on September 25 to promote the expansion of multidisciplinary investigative teams and child advocacy centers. Penn State's Second Annual Conference on Child Protection and Well-Being aimed to provide information and share expertise in developing these teams and centers specifically in counties that do not have these resources. Read the full story on the conference on the Penn State News website.

Opening Remarks

Nicholas Jones Executive Vice President and Provost Penn State Honorable David Heckler District Attorney, Bucks County Chairman, Task Force on Child Protection Honorable Beverly D. Mackereth Secretary, PA Department of Public Welfare Mark R. Zimmer Chairman, PA Commission on Crime and Delinquency

Keynote Speech

Teresa Huizar Director, National Children's Alliance "Protecting Children - Building Multidisciplinary Investigative Teams and Child Advocacy Center Teams"

MDIT Development Overview

Penn State's Child Maltreatment Solutions Network

CAC Development

Model Set of Standards